Patty Griffin At Grand Ole Opry Country Music Show - Nashville
Grammy-award winning singer, songwriter and musician Patty Griffin was born in 1964 in Old Town, Maine. Her songwriting style has been described as stripped-down, centered on folk music. She has been covered by musicians like Emmylou Harris and the Dixie Chicks. In 1992, Griffin began playing in coffee houses in Boston, where she was scouted by A&M Records. She released her first album, Living with Ghosts, as a stripped-down reworking of the demo tape that got her signed by A&M in the first place.